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"Culture starts at the top," Kate Mitchell, co-founder and partner at Scale Venture Partners, told CNBC.
Tesla shares rose in after hours trading after the company posted wider-than-expected loss, despite better than expected sales.
Tesla says it received a record number of Model S and Model X orders, but one portfolio manager believes there is no growth anymore.
HP reported a 3.6 percent rise in quarterly revenue, largely helped by a stabilizing PC market.
The mobile payments company posted a fourth-quarter loss of 4 cents per share on revenue of $452 million.
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Some of Blizzard's games, like "StarCraft," have gained international popularity and are played primarily on desktops.
Snap's headquarters are unlike those of any other company. Here's why investors should care.
Suggestions to buy something or make a reservation will be injected into conversations on Messenger, The Information reported.
Some conspiracy theorists believe we're living in an alternate universe where Trump has become president, caused by particle physics experiments.
Every founder, including Evan Spiegel of Snapchat, wants investors to think they are the next Mark Zuckerberg and therefore deserve more control.
The service allows commuters to pick up extra passengers along their route for a small fee, the Wall Street Journal reports.
"Light touch regulation" should be the FCC's standard when it comes to regulating the internet, Ajit Pai tells CNBC.
While tech companies let people view content on different devices other than TV, no one has "revolutionized" the medium, says Recode's Walt Mossberg.
Snap's IPO could be a game-changer not only for the "Silicon Beach" start-up ecosystem in L.A., but also for start-ups all around the country.
Some 12,000 employees will eventually work in Apple Park, Recode reports.
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